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Tim R. Randolph, Ph.D., M.L.S. (ASCP)

Clinical Health Sciences


  • Ph.D. in Hematology, Warnborough University
  • Master of Science in Medical Technology, Hematology and Immunology, Medical College of Virginia
  • Bachelor of Science, Medical Technology, Sangamon State University
  • Associate of Science, Olney Central College

Research Interests

  • Diagnostic lab testing methods for underdeveloped countries that are simple, inexpensive, fast, and require limited resources.
  • Total hemoglobin assay that does not require batteries or electricity (Falling Drop Method)
  • Screening and diagnostic test for sickle cell anemia (Sickle Confirm)
  • Method to confirm Sickle Confirm results (Zygotest)
  • Test to measure HbF to detect sickle cell responders to hydroxyurea (HbF Assay)
  • Test to detect HbC and determine zygosity (HbC Assay)
  • Relationship between sickle cell trait and adverse events under extreme physical stress
  • Prevalence rates of various conditions in Haiti (I.E. anemia, sickle cell, infections, etc.)
  • Methods to measure anti-sickling properties of compounds
  • Identifying biomarkers to risk stratify people with sickle cell trait
  • Developing clinically useful algorithms for CBC assessment
  • Relationship between MCHC and spherocytes
  • Relationship between MCV and reticulocytes
  • Quantifying interfering substances in hemoglobin measurements and the impact on MCH and MCHC calculations
  • Characterization of the clinical laboratory workforce in Missouri

Professional Organizations and Associations

  • American Society of Clinical Laboratory Science